Resize Multiple Images/Photos/Pictures With A Single Click In Windows 7,Vista,XP

Do you want to resize multiple pictures in one go? It is sometimes more convenient to resize all images so that it can easy to send multiple photos over email. Fast Image Resizer is one software that does the job. It can resize JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, TIFF and HD Photo(.wdp, .hdp) image formats and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7.

It is a short, simple, and handy little tool for resizing your pictures quickly. The interface is simple and easy to use as you can see from the screenshot below.

Fast Image Resizer

Before you start resizing, click on Options and make sure the value of JPEG Quality is 88. You can also specify where you want your resized image to be stored – In the same folder, in a sub folder, or in the specific folder of your choice.

fast image resizer options


Select the the Resolution for the images that you want as output. And start dragging multiple images from your computer to Drop Files Here area.

drag images to fast image resizer

Your files will now start resizing.

resizing images

When the process will end it will show you how long it took to resize per photo. Finally. check the folder to see if your images have been resized correctly.

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  • Nadia

    GREAT TOOL ! I totally love it :)

  • Richard

    Cracking bit of software. Very easy to use and the time this has saved me!

    Thanks

  • Jonas

    This is BRILLIANT!

    Super nice software, simple and works perfectly.
    Fantastic.

  • Leo

    On Win7x64, if I Run As Admin, when I try to drag-n-drop it acts like there’s no file selecting. If I Run it normally, I get:
    Run-time error ’75′: Path/File access error
    http://postimage.org/image/1c05xxjs4/
    Any ideas?

  • James

    Its ok , But not as good as Quick Photo resizer developed by D7SOFT at http://www.dzsoft.com :-)

  • Neil King02

    I want to resize the icons on the desktop

    • webmaster

      If you have windows vista or windows 7, hold down “ctrl” then roll you wheel mouse up or down

  • Mazen Abdallah

    Thanks for this software, easy and simple

  • veso yo

    Can,t resize at custom resolution. :) I tried to resize to 800×480 but it resized to 640×480.